We can’t change the past, but we can change the future. Unions are exploring new ways to reach nonunion workers. The Fight for $15 is gaining momentum.
A new word has been coined to explain the difficulties facing working people in our time, “precariat.”
Justice Antonin Scalia died, and the anti-union litigants lost the fifth vote they needed to prevail.
One teacher joined the NUT the day before the strike so they could join the action. Another filled out their NUT membership form on the picket line.
American workers need a union to bargain on their behalf. Low-wage workers in big-box retail stores and fast-food chains need a union even more. If we want average Americans to get a fair share of the gains from economic growth, they need to be able to unionize.